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</div>[[Martyr]] [[Isidore of Chios]]; [[Saint]] Isidore, [[Fool-for-Christ]], [[Wonder-worker]] of Rostov; Martyr Maximus; [[Venerable]] Serapion, [[monk]] of Egypt; Saint Nikita, [[Bishop]] of Novgorod and [[recluse]] of the [[Monastery of the Kiev Caves|Kiev Caves]]; New-Martyr Mark of Crete at Smyrna; New-Martyr Raiko (John) of Bulgaria; Martyrs Alexander, Barbaros, and Akolouthos, martyred at the Church of the Holy Peace by the Sea in Constantinople; Saint [[Leontius of Jerusalem|Leontius]], [[Patriarch]] of Jerusalem; [[Hieromartyr]] Therapontus, Bishop of Cyprus; Saint Aprunculos, Bishop of Clermont; Martyr Alexander of Kentukeles; Saint Carthage, Bishop of Lismore; martyrdom by the Poles of [[Abbot]] Anthony with 40 monks and 1000 [[laity|laymen]] of Saint Paisius of Uglich [[Monastery]], and Abbot Daniel with 30 monks and 200 laymen of Saint Nicholas' Monastery; first opening of the [[relics]] of Saint [[Tikhon of Zadonsk]]
 
</div>[[Martyr]] [[Isidore of Chios]]; [[Saint]] Isidore, [[Fool-for-Christ]], [[Wonder-worker]] of Rostov; Martyr Maximus; [[Venerable]] Serapion, [[monk]] of Egypt; Saint Nikita, [[Bishop]] of Novgorod and [[recluse]] of the [[Monastery of the Kiev Caves|Kiev Caves]]; New-Martyr Mark of Crete at Smyrna; New-Martyr Raiko (John) of Bulgaria; Martyrs Alexander, Barbaros, and Akolouthos, martyred at the Church of the Holy Peace by the Sea in Constantinople; Saint [[Leontius of Jerusalem|Leontius]], [[Patriarch]] of Jerusalem; [[Hieromartyr]] Therapontus, Bishop of Cyprus; Saint Aprunculos, Bishop of Clermont; Martyr Alexander of Kentukeles; Saint Carthage, Bishop of Lismore; martyrdom by the Poles of [[Abbot]] Anthony with 40 monks and 1000 [[laity|laymen]] of Saint Paisius of Uglich [[Monastery]], and Abbot Daniel with 30 monks and 200 laymen of Saint Nicholas' Monastery; first opening of the [[relics]] of Saint [[Tikhon of Zadonsk]]

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Martyr Isidore of Chios

Martyr Isidore of Chios; Saint Isidore, Fool-for-Christ, Wonder-worker of Rostov; Martyr Maximus; Venerable Serapion, monk of Egypt; Saint Nikita, Bishop of Novgorod and recluse of the Kiev Caves; New-Martyr Mark of Crete at Smyrna; New-Martyr Raiko (John) of Bulgaria; Martyrs Alexander, Barbaros, and Akolouthos, martyred at the Church of the Holy Peace by the Sea in Constantinople; Saint Leontius, Patriarch of Jerusalem; Hieromartyr Therapontus, Bishop of Cyprus; Saint Aprunculos, Bishop of Clermont; Martyr Alexander of Kentukeles; Saint Carthage, Bishop of Lismore; martyrdom by the Poles of Abbot Anthony with 40 monks and 1000 laymen of Saint Paisius of Uglich Monastery, and Abbot Daniel with 30 monks and 200 laymen of Saint Nicholas' Monastery; first opening of the relics of Saint Tikhon of Zadonsk
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